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BILLS BY CONSULTING DR, DAVIS THESE PRICES TELL THE WHOLE STORY : n!id Gold Crowns.......$4.00 Porcelain Crowns .. ...... $4.00 bridge Work, a tooth.....$4.00 Silver Fillings .......... $1.00 ''.old Fillings........ $1.50 DP nil Set of Teeth....... $10.00 •I Dental Work Guaranteed Per sonally for Ten Year*. •v Attendant 35-36 Owsley Block PARK AND MAIN IN TO MIKE MERRY CHRISTMAS JOR TROOPS litizens of Southern California Will Remember Boys at Front. ___I Angeles, Oct. 26.—"Uhriatnuis nmittees are being formed here, and > many of the nearby cities and towns t southern California, to do their bit j wards making Christmas for soldiers, I enjoyable holiday. Men serving in j j regular army, those who went with national guard units, and those j > responded to the call from civil i ,, all are to be remembered, accord - j f to plans of most of the committees. ^ e men in the various branches of pval service are to have equal recog-, >n. ... Los Angeles. Mayor Frederick T. oodman has designated a committee, aded py himself, to collect funds pd gifts, and see that a suitable re jembrance goes to every man now rving his country and calling Los, Jigeles his home. The large number |men in the services from here mak**s ; task stupendouK, but the commit 1 will organise immediately, and the matters are sure that there will be a lolehearted response to its requests. ich will be formulated as soon as -jsible. ^Other towns are facing an equally acting task, as the proportion of men service is no less than from the eat cities. The form that the Christ as remembrance will take is not fully ■elded, but the committeemen and E I ! Carter's Little Liver Pills For Constipation ■ i I : i The Great Vegetable Remedy Puts You Right Over Night SZ. sfr-tez *BI I ^*"*" „ t ^ .n r ■-dt'- «. th« absence of Iron in [ Colories* or Pale Faces the blood, Carter's Iron Pills 1 • condition which will he (randy helped »> _ i j ^ ; : j 1 j ^ , ! j ; j women here believe each man should have an individual gift, and possibly there will be a joint remembrance for unit« originating in the various towns, although the exigencies of the service nI many such units to lose ha v I far s ctional origin CASTOR IA For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the Signature of ADVENTISTS OPEN A TWO WEEKS CONVENTION Minneapolis, Oct. 26.—Topics ha, ini; an important bearinit on the adminis trative affairs of Seventh Hay Ad ventists will be acted upon at the two lvee kB- convention whiih opened today with practically all of Ihe leadin« dis nitarles of the church in attendance. Presidents of the union conferences who already have arrived or are ex pected within the next day or two in clude Bishops C. W. Flat* "f College Blare. Wash., president of the North ern Pacific conference: E. E. Andress. I,os Angeles, president of the Pacific union conference, and C. F. McVagh, I .acom h, Alberta, president of the western Canadian union conference. Three thousand churches in the United States will be represented as well as 2.000 from foreign countries. ________ ÇIIRSCRIBE FOR THE POST QUOJUniUL—---— SEEKING FIGHTERS III SIS 1110 FUME' ; I Major Aikinson of Thirtieth Engineers Offers Men a Chance. Washington, Oct. 2»i. A ga« . Ham»* Hervicn regiment Ih being cru I toil by Mil J Karl J Atkinson of the Thirtieth engineer«, witli h«*adipiartors iit Camp Amerlean university, and the pmmi.se i K held out to volunteers that they Will be ready to g.» "over there" by Thanksgiving. A «pedal plea lias been made to ehemi.stH, chemical work#*r«, powder men, men experienced in ga« manufac ture. machinist», automobile repair men, pipe litters, men able lo operate J repair gas or steam engine«, elec tricians, designer«, interpreter«, ear penter«, blacksmith«, plumber«, boiler maker« and chauffeur« Men with long xperiencc in their trades are «*spe ially desired to (ill the master en ineer grad«*« There will be opport .initie« to ad ance to the high non-commissionei ira des and to ommisHions also. Am«*r lean citi/an« between IH and 10 an ligitde for enliHtment. Application fo •nlii riade cruitiiiK Iifflre Th«- p»V of private the ri-Klmcnt is *.13 .i month, while i with th<- m-<r»SHry experience fur pointment to »pedal dutl«» or i commissioned officers receive from $10 to $'.»6 a month. Major Atkinson is a graduate of West Point and Cornell. His official activities have included that of « ........ !n tendent of the Hal un Lock«. Panama ('mal Pol A. A. Prion, Engineer«, N. A., is to he commanding officer of the Thirte«*nth Engineer«, lie is now in France uh chief of flu* ga« service The regiment will supervise the American ofTerndve in gas and Marne service and will be called upon to in struct men along the frt.nl in this work They will be among the first to begin the offensive in which the Amer ican troops will take part. Before he will he considered suf •iently trained to he one of the sol curled by Ihr war depart anlxe schools fur gas d<-f :irnp«, with specially e«»nst iousps" and trenches. In if*w soldiers and th«*lr officers will be ubjectcd to every type of poisonous urn**« being used abroad. An expert tom the medical corps will be assigned 0 each school a« director. The men Fill be specially drilled In the science if rapidly adjusting their gas masks 1 i given signal. B. A. & P. RAILWAY TO USE MILWAUKEE PASSENGER STATION nmencing Thursday, Nov. I. LM7. all Butt pan y 's i and de pi enger fron vill at the Milv iT Station on South Montana street. Hutte. The last train for Ana onda will leave Hutte daily at 0:»'* i. m., instead «>f 11:30 p m , as at pres nt.—Adv. TWO DESERTERS LODGED IN THE COUNTY JAIL leserters were added to tin* now in the county jail yes terday. ^ Deputy Sheriff Mike Born •ed under arrest Joe Tomijanovich. aged 24 years. The man Maims that he has just returned from \bu»ka ami did not know that hî was supposed to have reported for service. Under Sheriff Jack Melia and Deputy Sheriff Joe ('hrist arrested Peter Sa vas. a Greek, aged 24 years. Havas should have gone to ('amp Is»wis with the last contingent. AUTO AND TAXI MEET. WANTS $500 DAMAGES J. s. Cohen has brought suit against John C. Jones for damages in the sum of $500 to his automobile through a collision near Smith's roadhouse. A* - cording to the complaint. Cohen was driving his auto and Jones was driving his taxicab on the wrong side of the road and faster than 25 milys an hour when the collision occurred. The plaintiff is represented by Attorn«*: William Meyer. The plaintiff says that the collision cost him $500 for new parts of the machine. BELIEVE ARMY OFFICER WAS MURDER VICTIM Sparta. Wis.. Oct. 26.—Friends at Lieut. Malcolm McCoy of this city, an nounced us a suicide at Vancouver bar racks. Vancouver. Wash, today bea m an investigation of the shooting of the young army officer after local doctors sai d the case looked like one of mur ■ der. The bullet which killed McCoy entered behind the left ear and emerged i near the rieht temple, and there were no burns or powder marks on the ». alp I Doctors who examined the body here : yesterday are convinced that the youth i did' not take his own life. INVENTS FALSE LEGS FOR DOGS HURT IN W/ffi Duluth. Minn, Oct. 26. A new in vention of artificial tens for horses, mules and doffs was offered to ^the Philadelphia branch of the Red Star Animal Relief by a French-American veterinarian who refuses to disclose hia name. This man. who. since the war started, has taken 21 trips to Kuropo with horses for Fiance, claims that al thoueh the horse or mule will no long er be good for active service it may be used for light form work If these leg» art* used. The leg. or crutch, which has been «"S"" J ____ The Lovelinem Thai Comes lo the Complexion When Stuart's Cal cium Wafers Drive Away I'imples in Simply Marvelous. SEND FOR FREE TRIAL PACKAGE eomplexion is lovely. It takes but a few days to clear the skin or pimples, blot. lies, liver «pot«, blackheads, muddy complexion and \tlc from the Mood and seek the «kin me «>f the n body. And If y ith t lie proper •rt the body p< ibs tance and pt Instead of ugly of the blood ix «>f St drug st«i Free Trial Coupon F A. Stuart Co.. 422 Stuart Bldg., Marshall. Mich 1 me by return mail, a free trial pack age of Stuart s Calc ium Wafers. Nara f ........................... Street ............... ........... City................ State........ METROPOLITAN MARKET 119 EAST PARK STREET The Place to Buy Your Fre*h and Salted Meats, Poultry. BatMr and Eggs Always the Best en Hand. Prices Right. Come and See Us. used successfully in this county, is mad«- of steel, with a special quadrant «I>ring imitating the vertical and lat eral rtexings of th#* ankle and fetlock. By mean« of this many cripple«! horse« and mules, which would oth«*rwi.se be killed, will be given a chance to live. MISTAKE TO DEPEND ON FOREIGN PRODUCERS Herne The war has taught Switzer land that it is a mistake to be too de pendent on /«»reign pr«>duc«*rs. In «»r d#*r to develop and encourage horn#* manufacture*®, the first step is to make famBiar with 8wia ucts. To do this it is proposed to de vote a week in every year to exhibi tions of Swiss goods, to be held simul taneously in all the .Swiss towns and villages. MRS. FURLONG DEAD. Lillian Furlong, wife of Charles Fur long <*f this city, aged 31 years, died last ni-;ht at the family home, 1631 Phillips avenue. The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon from the home. The surviving relatives in«*lude: Her husband and two children, Thomas and Charles: three sisters. Mrs William Foot and Mrs. Joseph Harry of this city and Mrs. Thomas Peters of Sheri dan: her parents. Mr. amt Mrs. Alfred Orr of this city, and two brothers-in Walter and William Furlong, both of Butte Says Phespate Doubles Streng th and Health Numerous notices have appeared in the press from time to time telling of the remarkable benefits to be derived from th«* regular use of a digestible « rganio phosphate known among drug gists aa bitro-phosphate. Investiga tion shows that bitro-phosphate which is obtainable of any good druggist, enjoys its great popularity because of it« peculiarly valuable property of quickly restoring the strength and vi tality of the depleted nervous system Neurasthenia, nervousness, sleepless ness and physical and mental weak ness are almost invariably due t starved nervous system. This condi tion can only be corrected by supply ing to the nerve centres th«» necessary phosphoric food elements, the lack of which has caused all the trouble. F« this purpose specialists highly rec ommend taking with each meal tasteless 6-grain tablet of the organic phosphate now so generally known ai bitro-phosphate. which, while being in expensive, is undoubtedly the most re markable nerve food and restorativ« of health and strength known to modi -roT science. Bitro-phosphate is sold in this city by Fair Drug and Assay Supply Co, Newbro Drug Co. and all good drug gists. INDICTED HO IDE Three Plead Not Guilty and " Cases Will Be Transîerred From Butte. » of » hi men against whom lls ha v« • b«*«n returned by 1 'iry nov ir at work in Hutte, v «*<1 l»«*f«»r Judge Bourquiti of diHtriet eoA-l today. . Aucla ir. charged wflh in liquor into the Flathead •««•rvatii >n. pbaded not gl «• case wa« t ransf«*rr«*d to la (ii«tr ict, the trial to be me tun« 9 in April K. U. I of Mis« »Mila appeared a« al r Audat r. Martin, , charged with gl y to an i Indian of tb>* Flail it ion, n« •ar Kallspell, pleaded anti his era««* was transfers real 1 1 Ih division, when; Vill he «ei for Home time y Lorm ;tree. an Indian of Vck r# .» u rvaiion, was arral •harge . >f Hteuling a horse riot her Ini liilty. The . ted for the pi in finish bond th fror Longtree pleaded re, in g of the case wa nt. If the ma I se will be trims the j ,h ill la dial riet. Id in I'.u date in : While able that the grand iry will make another report tomor .w or Mon du y Alexander Le vlnsky. .n attorney ol ult«*, was a dm Itted to practice in th« •dorai court on i the motion of A«sist nt List riet Alt orney Murphy. William XHir einer, a merchant, o 'own sen «1, and Harold J. (Trudy, f liner of Butte were adjudged bank EUDOXIA. "MAID OF THE MOUNTAINS." RULING BULGARS? iNcrss EUDC0CLS. Bulgarian prisoners declare King Ferdinand of Bulgaria is dead. They say Princes« Eudpxia, who is only 13. is ruling the Balkan kingdom. The rumor that the spirited girl known to all Buigars as The Maid of the Moun- j tains" is ruling a nation in the stress of war is widely circulated among the rank and file of the army. SOLDIER FOLLOWERS OF DOWIEISM DEFY NATION Zion City. 111.. Oct. 26 —Zion City's nine young stalwarts who marched away to the Rockford cantonment when the national army was being or ganize there are defying the canton ment officials, the war department and the president over typhoid inoculation. J The Zlonites are followers of Voliva. who inherited the mantle of the late , Alexander Dowie. and one of the tenets of the faith of these men is that vac cination is sinful and ungodly. When the question of vaccination came up at Rockford, the Voliva fol lowers wired their prophet and he in turn communicat«»d with the war de partment asking an exception on the ground of religious conviction. "Health before creed," came the response from Washington, and Voliva issued the fol lowing statement: Not one of the nine boys will ever vaccinated or inoculated. Not if they have to go to prison or be shot. They have taken their stand." SPEEDING TRAIN RUNS OVER BABE; IS UNHURT Whaley ville, Del., Oct. 26.—Asleep in the middle of the railroad track, a 2-year-old girl escaped injury when a fast train bound to Ocean City passed over it. The train, running about 60 miles an hour, was in charge of Engineer L. H. Wallace. He did not notice the child until only a few feet away Brakes were applied and the trainmen ran back and picked up little Annl< Koah, fully dressed and sound aalet-p. lying face downward. The child had to be awakened and immediately began to cry- No* a to j 45c ^ ou»/fo^ For a 75c Disinfkis Cuwsu WUW" Cedar Polish Mop ° r <ip uar r*oi_i S'" >5 « Best quality cedar polish mop in ii, ,, ...a un box. Com plete with long handle; extra well made and a good Â t _ value at 75c. Veiy special sale price only. iy — _ for 10c size Brown Earthenware Li*) L Cuspidors. Good size, with large opening; extra well Finished and worth 40c Sale price only............ fctdV 500 New Window Shades All Ready to Hang CAn Special Each....... OxjK, Best make oil shades, 6-foot drop all complete, ready to hang Special, only Extra Good Refinished Ranges Over 150 to select from and among the many are Peninsular Butte. Art Royal, Universal Monitor Majestic Acorn. Charter Oak. Cost when new $45 to $85 Sale prices low as $15 A Payment of $5.00 Down Will Deliver Any Range to Your Home. /||\ for a $120.00 New Combination Coal and Oaa tPÖDJ/U Range—Full Nickel Trimmed and White Enameled—$5.00 Down Delivers This Range to Your Home. New coal and gas range; white enamel and nickel trimmed; with water front leg hase and polished top; $125.00 is a low price for this range Sec it tomorrow at. special $$f>.00 Heating Stoves $5.85 l° r an new, full nickel trimmed, small size heater with oxi dized urn . . $5.85 $8.9 5 for a medium size, all new. nickel trimmed heater, with fancy oxidized urn. Big value at $8.95 The German Heater Is the World's Best. Sold Only at Shiners The most beautifully finished heater on the market. It is full nickel trimmed and carries a double guar antee—the maker's and Shiner's. Five dollars down or your old stove taken as part payment wilt deliver a German heater to your home ready for use. Down Buys a Healing Stove at Shiners Down Buys a Monarch Range at Shiners NEW MODEL FALL STYLES MONARCH RANGES SOLD ONLY AT S-H-l-N-E-R-S J , WINDOW GLASS PUTTY AND POINTS FREE Buy your window glass now before the extreme cold weather sets in—and buy it at Shiners—the store that always sells quality window glass and everything else FOR LESS. scratch was found on her. notwith standing the fact that a locomotive and five coaches had passed over her. The child was a member of one of the fam ilies working in a canning factory near Mardela. Bell-ans Absolutely Removes Indigestion. One package proves it 25c at all druggists.. MYSTERIOUS FIRE AT GREAT POTASH PLANT I Salt Lake, Utah. Oct. 26.—A fire of mysterious origin destroyed th« mon ster potash plant of the Mineral Prod ucts corporation at Alunite, five miles southwest of Marysvale. Utah, last night, causing s loss estimated at <260 - 000 and the possible l#»ss of one life. The fire originated m the coat- drier and was frft*ed*xl by* an explosion Two men were injured while fighting J the flame».